Selena Gomez – Recipes and Workout


Twenty-three-year-old pop star Selena Gomez recently started her Revival tour looking incredible as always. It’s not difficult to believe that she’s the most followed person on Instagram with her bikini shots and legs photos. She regularly maintains a healthy lifestyle, but a couple months ago she really got serious about fitness. From working with a personal trainer to getting better at staying hydrated, she explains what it took to prep for her six-month-long tour.


Working on breathing

“Once we started rehearsing, I was doing Pilates, SoulCycle, every form of yoga. Basically, I wanted to mix things up because I get bored easily. I just try to keep it fresh. I love how Pilates makes me feel, like it opens me up. I have the hardest time breathing, weirdly enough. Even when I have conversations, I need to work on my breathing, so it’s something I enjoy because it’s peaceful and it helps me relax.”

Drinking water

“I always have water, tons of water. It’s even in my bathroom because I used to be so bad at drinking water and I want to stay hydrated. I have a juicer I’m staring at right now, so I always have my vegetables and my fruit for the juicer. I do two carrots, ginger, I do one piece of celery — I know, that’s lame, but one — and then half of a beet. Those are the things I always keep around.” I’m a big water pusher, all the time. I’m always putting a bottle of water in someone’s hand.”

No dieting

There’s nothing that’s off-limits when it comes to food “I want to live my life like a French person,” Amy said. “I don’t believe in denying yourself, but I also believe in moderation. Life is too short not to enjoy food.”

Sweat it out

Selena goes to Shape House, an “urban sweat lodge” where clients lie for 55 minutes in an “infrared burrito” and leave with skin that is “literally glowing,” According to their website, one “typical sweat session burns between 800 to 1,600 calories.” Selena Gomez loves the process of infrared sweating so much that she has a sweat bag for the road.

Switch from fast food to whole food

Selena Gomez speaks with pride about eating like she’s from Texas. “I like Tex-Mex and fast food.” Now, Selena is incorporating more whole foods and healthy organic ingredients into everyday meals.

Here’s a breakdown of what Selena might eat in a day:

  • Breakfast: Half of a healthy breakfast burrito of scrambled eggs, chorizo, avocado, rice, and beans; or, full-fat Greek yogurt and granola.
  • Lunch: A “power salad” of turkey, avocado, beans, with a homemade dressing of red wine vinegar, olive oil, dijon mustard, and lemon juice.
  • Dinner: Teriyaki bowl with Asian-marinated cucumber, salmon or chicken, avocado, and teriyaki sauce over rice; or sushi.